How does technical debt accrue? Most people would say bad engineering. What is bad engineering? Inflexibility? Is one system engineered correctly to do one thing trying to do something else considered bad engineering?
Notes on Architectures
The lock mechanism is an integral part of any modern system. In software applications, locks are used to ensure that multiple users do not simultaneously access and modify the same resource.
More features, active users, and data are collected daily. Your database is slowing your application. Many people don't understand database sharding, which could solve their difficulties. This article explains database sharding, its benefits, including how to use it and when not to.
The development of cloud-native applications has become significantly influenced by container technology. Building secure and reliable systems requires a thorough understanding of different virtualization levels and process security.
As we scale systems, it's essential to realize the impact of all the components in our systems and how they interact. For example, load balancers usually come into play once we scale beyond one server being able to serve requests reliably.
The Twelve-Factor App methodology is a methodology for building software-as-a-service applications by Adam Wiggins. We cover how they have since evolved, and what we can learn from them today and how they changed the status quo of yesteryear.